Table of contents for Honor, love, and Isolde in Gottfried's Tristan / Kristine K. Sneeringer.


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Chapter One   Literature, Traditions, and Semantics of Honor
in the German Middle High Ages
Ethical Traditions of Honor
The Classical Tradition of Honor
The Christian Tradition of Honor
General Studies of Honor in Medieval Literature
Semantics of Honor in Middle High German
Honor in the Twelfth Century
Didactic Writings
Honor in the Courtly Romance: Eneas, Erec,
Iwein, Parzival
Studies of Honor and Tristan
Chapter Two  Typology and the Literary Excursus in
Gottfried's Tristan
Typology
The Motifs of Tree and Spring and the Question
of Honor
The Tree
The Spring
Honor: A Recapitulation
The Preparation of the Knight: Part I
The Literary Excursus
The Invocation
Typology of the (W)ord
The Preparation of the Knight: Part II
Conclusions



Chapter Three Paradigmatic Structures in the huote Excursus
and in the Narrative
The huote Excursus
Gottfried and the Concept of Surveillance/
Guarding
Agricultural and Plant Metaphors
Fig and Fruit
Thorn, Thistle, Nettle, and Rose
The Horizontal Progression
Healing
Blanscheflur
Floraete
Isolde the Elder
Isolde the Younger
Brangaene
Isolde of the White Hands
Conclusions
Chapter Four  Honor and the Love Grotto: ein dinc One
underscheide
Auras and Metaphors Surrounding the
Love Grotto Episode
The Song of Songs
Stone
Light
Architectural Detail
The Physical and the Mental "Chamber"
Landscape
The Grotto and Eros
The Progression and Honor
Summary
General Conclusions
Appendix I    Typological Signals
Appendix II   Tristan's Helmet
Notes
Works Cited
Index
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